Things to see and do - Bolzano
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Museums and art
Via del Museo 43
The Ötzi museum, as it is also known, charts the history of South Tyrol (Alto-Adige) from the first glacial period (150 000 BC) to the Carolingian period. The famous Ötzi is the star attraction. The "iceman" was found in 1991 near the Simil..
À l'angle de la piazza Walther
Built from pink sandstone and covered with multi-coloured tiles, this cathedral is the result of several periods of construction spanning the early-Christian, Carolingian, Romanesque and Gothic periods. The bell tower, built in the 16C and rising to ..
Nature and gardens
You can reach this plateau dominating the valley between Bolzano and Ponte Gardena by car from Bolzano North or, more romantically, by a little electric train running between Marria Assunta and Collalbo. Facing the Dolomites, the plateau is rich in r..
Built in the Gothic style in the 14C, it was remodelled and then damaged during the secularisation of 1785. You must see Saint Giovanni Chapel (after the rood screen) for its frescoes by the Giotto school and its cloister, decorated in frescoes by Fr..
Via Francescani 1
The Francescani church, burned down in 1291, was rebuilt in the 14C and the original arches restored a century later. The interior is marked by an Altar of the nativity in carved wood, decorated with an altarpiece by Hans Klocker. The charming little..
This 15C Gothic church contains a Roman crucifix in wood and an altar with a retable sculpted by the Tyrol Native Michael Pacher (v. 1430-1498).